What Will The Data Center of 2025 Look Like?

Data Center Knowledge

What will the data center look like in 2025? An Emerson survey suggests we''ll see smaller data centers, higher densities, and more use of renewable energy. Read More. Featured

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Analytics, internet of things to drive data volumes to 163ZB by 2025

Computer Weekly

IDC study predicts consumers as creators of data will decline as the enterprise, analytics and “life critical” scenarios push total volumes to a tenfold increase by 2025

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Intel: World Will Switch to “Scale” Data Centers by 2025

Data Center Knowledge

Computing infrastructure is changing, and Intel is fighting to remain at the forefront of the change Read More. Blades Featured Infrastructure Intel Open Compute

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Report: Lithium-Ion to Gain One-Third of Data Center UPS Market by 2025

Data Center Knowledge

Demand growth, driven largely by electric vehicles, expected to drive significant cost reduction for lithium-ion batteries Read More. Business Featured Power and Cooling

Facebook, Microsoft Join Renewable Energy Buyer’s Group

Data Center Knowledge

Group to promote development of 60 gigawatts of renewable energy by 2025 Read More. Facebook Green Data Centers Microsoft Power

RAND and Juniper Networks Report Finds Cybersecurity Costs to Rise 38 Percent by 2025

Data Center Knowledge

Reduction in half of vulnerabilities to software and applications would result in cybersecurity cost decrease of 25 percent. Read More. Shared

Six Ways to Improve Private Cloud Security

IT Toolbox

While Oracle CEO Mark Hurd predicts that 80 percent of corporate data centers will disappear by 2025 , there still are plenty of private cloud deployments among businesses large and small. Securing these private cloud deployments is a pressing issue. That’s

Pew Report: The Internet of Things


1,606 technology experts were asked, “The evolution of embedded devices and the Internet/Cloud of Things—As billions of devices, artifacts, and accessories are networked, will the Internet of Things have widespread and beneficial effects on the everyday lives of the public by 2025?” Pew Research: Why ‘Internet of Things’ and wearables will become mainstream by 2025 (geekwire.com). What Will the Internet Be Like in 2025? By ShannonPerry.

DDI is a critical component of IoT success

Network World

I’m an analyst so I’ll support my proclamation that IoT is here with data: There are currently 25 billion internet-connected devices, and that will double by 2020 and then grow to 80 billion by 2025.

Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of May 3

Data Center Knowledge

The Week in Review: What the NSA''s water usage tells us, Judge says US can seek data in Microsoft''s Dublin site, what the data center of 2025 will look like. Read More.

Elon Musk at Recode Code Conference 2016


He estimates colonists could start arriving on the Red Planet by 2025. Michael Johnson. In the video below SpaceX CEO Elon Musk talks with Recode's Kara Swisher and The Verge's Walt Mossberg about his plans to send a one-way rocket to Mars in 2018.

6 things you need to know about IoT security

Network World

McKinsey & Company estimates the IoT ecosystem will generate $6 trillion in value by 2025.

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What cyberinsurance gotchas companies must be ready for

Network World

Insurance challenges Image by Thinkstock Businesses shelled out $2 billion in cyber insurance premiums in 2015 but current projections show that astronomical growth rates will result in a market of over $20 billion by 2025.

Fujitsu Upgrading Australian Data Centers Starting With Perth

Data Center Knowledge

The data center upgrades are part of the company’s 2025 roadmap. Fujitsu is upgrading its seven Australian data centers, starting with one in Perth recently knocked out by a storm in February that will cost around $8 million. Fujitsu said it will seek Uptime Institute Tier IV Certification for. Asia-Pacific Investing

3 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Transform CRM

IT Toolbox

Will artificial intelligence (AI) really eliminate the salesperson’s job by 2025? That’s the prediction LeadGenius co-founder Anand Kulkarni has made. Throughout history, the introduction of technology has created more jobs than it has eliminated. Consider ATMs, which many

5 steps for securing the IoT using Aruba ClearPass

Network World

I’ve seen projections that by 2025, anywhere from 50 billion to 200 billion new devices will be added to the network. Historically the Internet of Things (IoT) has been much more hype than substance. Sure, there have been a few verticals such as oil and gas and mining that have embraced the trend, but those vertical have been active in IoT since it was known as machine to machine (M2M). Now, however, we sit on the precipice of IoT exploding.

Real Time Customer View for Best CX

IT Toolbox

billion by 2025, and it attributes this growth to the ability of today’s CRM solutions to make it easierSalesforce Commerce Cloud Leverages Real-Time Customer View. Research and Markets recently announced a new report looking at the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Market. The report indicates that the global CRM market is expected to reach $81.9

Your robot doctor overlords will see you now

Network World

At least if you follow the research presented by Gartner this week which predicted by 2025, 50% of the population will rely on what it called virtual personal health assistants (VPHAs) for primary care, finding them more responsive and accurate than their human counterparts. Seems the days of the annual trip to your doctor’s office may be fading in favor of a virtual healthcare provider.

Ascent B2B IT Forum – Machine Learning: How Artificial Intelligence is Invading the Enterprise

The Investing Edge

jobs by 2025. There’s no denying that machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are invading the enterprise at warp speed. Almost every industry is affected by the technology, and the innovation it inspires is fascinating.

Pew Report: Gigabit Connectivity & Vivid Telepresence


Participants responded to the question, “Will there be new, distinctive, and uniquely compelling technology applications that capitalize upon significant increases in bandwidth in the US between now and 2025?” On 9 October 2014, Pew Research Center published a report , “Killer Apps in the Gigabit Age”, to share conclusions from a study that surveyed hundreds of information technology experts in order to identify and understand the implications of higher gigabit connectivity in our future.

Fed Tech Roundup September 16


Tech Experts Predict What 2025 Will Look Like - Nextgov. The following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (from FedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com ): Fed Tech Ticker. New report outlines 'panic cycle' of hyped privacy fears over new technologies. Agenda Announced For 10 Nov 2015 FedCyber Summit and Threat Expo. Series on Big Data Integration with Oracle. IG Cites Lax Oversight of HealthCare.gov Contractors - Nextgov.

Pew Report: Robotics, A.I., and Jobs


Stowe Boyd, a researcher with GigaOM Research, summarizes, “The central question of 2025 will be: What are people for in a world that does not need their labor, and where only a minority are needed to guide the ‘bot-based’ economy?”. By Shannon Perry.

Pew: Cyber Attacks Likely to Increase


The center reported that 61% of the report’s respondents believed that a cyber attack causing widespread harm would occur by 2025. The blurring lines between physical and cyber systems, coverage of data monitoring from the Edward Snowden revelations, and the deluge of cyber attacks in 2014 have resulted in new levels of American interest in cybersecurity.

Coming Events of Interest To The Enterprise Tech Professional


Government, industry and academic speakers address a range of topics and focus on the importance of the network, security issues and training to enable operational forces to modernize and be ready to meet emerging challenges in 2025 and beyond. Bob Gourley. The following are some of the events we are tracking in our CTO Events Calendar.

How to respond to device and software backdoors inserted or left by vendors

Network World

billion by 2025, additional products that could house vendor backdoors will flood the enterprise, multiplying the risks of these kinds of security holes. It’s bad enough when black hat hackers insert malicious backdoors into systems and software after vendors/makers have sold these into the marketplace. It is another matter when the vendors who create these devices and programs unwittingly or purposely leave backdoors inside their products. With IHS forecasting an influx of 30.7

Fear Hackers? First invest in an IT security culture change

Cloud Musings

Some 61% of over 1600 security expert respondents to a recent survey said “yes” that a major attack causing widespread harm would occur by 2025 , according to the Pew Research study.

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New Mac Trojan uses the Russian space program as a front

Network World

The PDF document details planned Russian space projects from 2016 to 2025, but it acts as a decoy, Palo Alto Networks said in Monday blog post. Security researchers have found a new Mac OS X malware that appears to be targeting the aerospace industry. The Trojan, called Komplex, can download, execute, and delete files from an infected Mac, according to security firm Palo Alto Networks.

20 Reasons Why the Internet of Things will be Big and Important

Social, Agile and Transformation

By 2025, the 12 technologies — led by the mobile Internet, the. Social, Agile, and Transformation.

Faster, higher, stronger: How the digitalization of industry is redefining value creation

All Things Distributed

According to estimates by Bitkom, the German IT industry association, and the Fraunhofer Institute of Industrial Engineering IAO, Germany's hidden champions will contribute a substantial portion to the country's economic growth by 2025 and create new jobs.

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Cyber Attacks Likely to Increase (Part 2)


The center reported that 61% of the report’s respondents believed that a cyber attack causing widespread harm would occur by 2025, with 39% disagreeing. The blurring lines between physical and cyber systems, accusations of data monitoring from Snowden revelations, and the the deluge of cyber attacks in 2014 have resulted in new levels of American interest in cybersecurity and digitalization.

Register today for FedCyber: Connect with peers from across government, academia, industry


Toaster Wars of 2025 – Addressing Embedded Device and Internet of Things Security Before it is Too Late! FedCyber is an annual cybersecurity event hosted by Matt Devost & Bob Gourley that brings together several hundred attendees to advance the dialogue on critical enterprise and federal government challenges. FedCyber will be held on 5 Nov 2014 at the Tysons Corner Marriott.

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IoT Shaking Up the Automotive Industry: 5 Real-World Examples

Perficient - Digital Transformation

By 2025, there will be 300 million connected cars, up from 37 million in 2016. – ON World. Futuristic cars portrayed in movies and TV shows years ago had some thinking our cars would fly instead of drive by 2017. Over the past few years, the evolution of connected cars has married consumer technology with our primary mode of transportation. And just on the horizon are cars that will be self-driving.

AI for everyone - How companies can benefit from the advance of machine learning

All Things Distributed

The management consultants at McKinsey expect that the global market for AI-based services, software and hardware will grow annually by 15-25% and reach a volume of around USD 130 billion in 2025.